Hi Brix reads as lots of sugar, so it will likely feed microbes well.Ive been using grandmas black strap mollasses in my teas and my partner recently just bought a big bottle of HI Brix. Doesnt say black strap on there, is Hi BRix ok to use in teas with your packs? thanks
All sorts of sugars work. You don't have to stay married to molasses.Ive been using grandmas black strap mollasses in my teas and my partner recently just bought a big bottle of HI Brix. Doesnt say black strap on there, is Hi BRix ok to use in teas with your packs? thanks
See above. :)I can get agave cheaper than molasses is that a decent food?
Ive been using grandmas black strap mollasses in my teas and my partner recently just bought a big bottle of HI Brix. Doesnt say black strap on there, is Hi BRix ok to use in teas with your packs? thanks
Can I soak rockwool cubes to clone with the tea?
I know ppl use it on hydro cloners.
I can get agave cheaper than molasses is that a decent food?
Alright guys. What is better
So I keep reading brew the tea with bennies for 24 hours
Or add them in the last couple hours 2-4
What Is better or is it just a matter of opinion. I read alien brews them 24. Don't know how long Wayne says he puts them in. Just read g.o.d says add them the last couple hours
What I started doing was put 2 tbsn of root and folior in for 24 hr. The add 2 more tbsn last 4 or so hours adding 50 ml of molasses at beginning and 50 ml of it on second does of bennies. This is for 5 gallon brew
What do the masters think
Hi brix is too acidic.
Agave nectar will work, but I do not know if it has as many minerals... as a food source it should be alright though.
Ken there are so many spores that technically you can just mix with water and apply and get great results. the short brew is for max diversity. The long brew is for max population, but inevitably less diversity as some species may outpopuplate others as they all compete for food and O2.
http://ogbiowar.com/hi cap, where do i get cap bennies? everybody raves about them. I have a tea brewer and really want to get into adding beneficials to my plants (they get them in the roots at planting time and i want them on the leaves to help with mildew) My grow store has never hear of cap bennies - do i get them on this website?
I am also moving toward making my medium a safe haven for bennies as opposed to relying on tea. Right now I am mixing in alfalfa meal, EWC, and minerals in to the medium, and then I water in with a little molasses and bennies. So far my plants are looking the best ever.
Hey Cap, I was wondering if you're still doing the above method? If so do you just mix molasses and 1 tsp/liter of both the root and foliar pack on you're first watering when transplanting? Is it necessary to use an airstone and bubble for 2-4 hours like you would a tea?
I like the idea of applying bennies from the get go. Any feedback would be appreciated!
how would this tea work against pm when used as a foliar? and would the dilution ratios be the same or different.
Thanks ahead of time
The FOLIAR PACK has several species that will aide in the eradication and prevention of PM. You may spray 5 grams/ liter (or about 1 tablespoon per gallon) with a pinch of yucca extract as a surfactant 1 x per week. Do not burn sulfur or spray azamax or oil based products within 1 week of applying the FOLIAR PACK.
Ok so my garden shop has ogbiowar 8oz packs. I've been wanting them but never order online unless I can mail cash. (Which I probably could of n never asked) I couldn't resist grabbing some. But now I'm concerned cuz I have chlorinated water. I could use ro for the tea but I've got to many dwc buckets running to use anything but tap water. Will the chlorine evaporate enough in a day or two to add the tea after that? Or am I just going to be killing everything off.